Armond was a painter and graphic artist whose intricate silkscreen prints of urban and rural scenes were widely collected. Armond’s unique Original Serigraphs were created with hand-cut and stenciled techniques that are a lost art with the advent of digital printing. The serigraphs are unparalleled in technique and registration criteria. He was involved in all aspects of the production, which continue to attract collectors who admire the unique craft involved.
Armond was born on November 22, 1930, in Chicago and Died on August 17, 2008. He attended elementary and high school in Milwaukee, WI. He received a Bachelor of Arts from the University of Wisconsin, Madison, a Master of Arts from the University of Illinois, Champaign-Urbana, and a Ph.D. from the University of Chicago.
For many years, Armond worked in advertising and market research in Chicago and Los Angeles. In 1969, he began a career as an independent market research and marketing consultant for various corporations and non-profit organizations. In the mid-’80s, Armond started a career as a writer. He also researched and wrote books on the French artists, Henri Riviere and George Auriol, and then began researching his great uncle, Lew Fields.